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elasticache-auto-discovery - Elasticache Auto Discovery Client

  •    Javascript

Specify a list of Elasticache Auto Discovery Endpoints to this tiny TCP client and receive in response a list of Elasticache host nodes found by each of the Auto Discovery endpoints. The result will be an array of Elasticache nodes specified in host:port notation.

aws-lambda-fanout - A sample AWS Lambda function that accepts messages from an Amazon Kinesis Stream and transfers the messages to another data transport

  •    Javascript

This function answers a need I have had multiple times, where I want to replicate data from an Amazon Kinesis Stream to another account or another region for processing, or to another environment such as development.This AWS Lambda function can be used to propagate incoming messages from Amazon Kinesis Streams or Amazon DynamoDB Streams to other services (Amazon SNS, Amazon SQS, Amazon Elasticsearch Service, Amazon Kinesis Streams, Amazon Kinesis Firehose, AWS IoT, AWS Lambda, Amazon ElastiCache for Memcached and Redis), regions or accounts. This function generates metrics that will be published to Amazon CloudWatch Metrics, in the Custom/FanOut namespace.




go-elasticache - Thin abstraction over the Memcache client package gomemcache (https://github

  •    Go

But when using the AWS ElastiCache service you need to query a particular internal endpoint via a socket connection and manually parse out the details of the available cluster. In Ruby it seems most Memcache clients are setup to handle this for you, but in Go that doesn't appear to be the case. Hence I've created this package as a thin abstraction layer on top of the gomemcache package.

terraform-elasticache-example - Example Terraform config for creating an Elasticache cluster

  •    HCL

Developers continue to pick Redis as their favorite NoSQL data store Stack Overflow Developer Survey 2017 and Amazon ElastiCache provides an easy, fast, and highly available Redis on AWS. ElastiCache Redis can be deployed via the AWS Console, AWS SDK, Amazon ElastiCache API, AWS CloudFormation and through deployment tools like HashiCorp Terraform. In this blog post, we show how to easily deploy Amazon ElastiCache Redis with HashiCorp Terraform. We need to create an SSH host because the cluster is not accessible from the public internet, this will be attached to the same VPC so that we can test the cluster, this instance is fulfilling the role of your application server.


aws-lambda-fanout - A sample AWS Lambda function that accepts messages from an Amazon Kinesis Stream and transfers the messages to another data transport

  •    Javascript

This function answers a need I have had multiple times, where I want to replicate data from an Amazon Kinesis Stream to another account or another region for processing, or to another environment such as development. This AWS Lambda function can be used to propagate incoming messages from Amazon Kinesis Streams or Amazon DynamoDB Streams to other services (Amazon SNS, Amazon SQS, Amazon Elasticsearch Service, Amazon Kinesis Streams, Amazon Kinesis Firehose, AWS IoT, AWS Lambda, Amazon ElastiCache for Memcached and Redis), regions or accounts. This function generates metrics that will be published to Amazon CloudWatch Metrics, in the Custom/FanOut namespace.

terraform-aws-elasticache-redis - A Terraform module to create an Amazon Web Services (AWS) Redis ElastiCache cluster

  •    HCL

A Terraform module that represents an AWS ElastiCache Redis cluster. Note that a default security group is created and outputted that can be extended. See basic example usage below and more examples here.

terraform-aws-elasticache-redis - Terraform module to provision an ElastiCache Redis Cluster

  •    HCL

This project is part of our comprehensive "SweetOps" approach towards DevOps. It's 100% Open Source and licensed under the APACHE2.